BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, SEPTEMBER 10TH 2014 (CUOPM) -Aaron Jackson aims to do extraordinary things and to be an exemplary Leader.
At the tender age of 13, this highly motivated young man can easily be looked at, as a role model amongst his peers. He delights in challenges and is always ready and willing to help others.
Aaron takes initiatives. He is not daunted by criticism but aspires to perform and apply his leadership role and qualities when the need arises.
While Aaron attended the Edgar T. Morris Primary School, he was chosen to represent the school in various competitions. He was always at the top of his class, and was chosen as Valedictorian. Aaron was also ranked in the top three for Test of Standards in the Federation.
Within his community, he assists other children with their school work and would help others in the community with computer problems or simply mail deliveries.
When it comes to church, any request made of him is met with a willing heart and warm smile. Whether he has to prepare and perform a skit, accept last minute requests, or take part in fundraisers.
At home, Aaron always encourages his siblings to study and perform well. He also takes the opportunity to introduce new family activities and is always encouraged by his mother to be a Leader and not always a follower.
One of his goals in life is to become an Astronomer or an Entrepreneur. He also has interests in Story Writing, Art and Technology. Aaron’s passion in life is helping others because he loves to see people reach their full potential.
“I have a passion and drive to help people even if I don’t get rewarded,” he said.
Described as confident, honest and intelligent, Aaron is a 13-years-old Saddlers Secondary School student, and is being recognized as a remarkable teen in the category of Leadership.